Leafcutter bees are natural biological insects that require an environment with specific conditions in order to thrive. As such, BeeGAP cannot guarantee their success.
Leafcutter bees and leafcutter bee cocoons are sensitive to temperature and humidity. Extremes in either of these can negatively impact the bees and affect their emergence rate or nesting activity.
Leafcutter bees and leafcutter bee cocoons are also negativity affected by chemicals - garden sprays, pesticides etc.
Leafcutter bees and leafcutter bee cocoons can be negatively affected by water (and other liquids). It is important to ensure all water and irrigation sources are not placed within close proximity of your bees or bee cocoons.
Leafcutter bee emergence rates do vary from year to year due to the following reasons beyond our control:
Leafcutter bees require a reasonably constant weather conditions over a few weeks to achieve good emergence success. Irregular weather patterns can mean some bee larvae may not develop to emergence. Extreme heat or cold can also negatively affect developing bee larvae.
Leafcutter bees require placement as per our instructions. Not following our guidelines may result in lower success rates.
Leafcutter bee emergence rate can vary greatly based on all these factors but we generally see a 50% or greater success rate with good seasonal weather and correct BeeHome placement.
With leafcutter bees being a biological insect that relies on a number of variable conditions to thrive we cannot guarantee their success, and as such BeeGAP cannot offer refunds for leafcutter bee cocoons or replacements bees cocoons.
Your use of Subscription Services and Subscription Products is governed by these Subscription Terms, which are described in further detail below. The following points are particularly important:
You may cancel the renewal of Subscription at any time by following these instructions in our FAQ's section, or the "My membership" page of your BeeGAP dashboard. You may also contact BeeGAP Support with a request to cancel your Subscription. If you cancel your Subscription during your current Access Period, your access to the Subscription services will continue until the end of your then-current Access Period, at which point it will expire. Purchase and/or redemption of your Subscription is final and non-refundable; BeeGAP will not issue you any refund, including partial, pro-rated, or otherwise unless required to do so by law.
Your ability to access and use the Subscription Service commences on the date we make the Subscription Services available to you following your purchase or redemption of a Subscription Product and remittance of the Fee and Applicable Taxes, if any, and continues until the end of the applicable Access Period. BeeGAP will automatically renew or commence your Subscription for a new Access Period by charging the associated Fee plus any Applicable Taxes to the payment method you provided unless you cancel your Subscription as provided below.
Unless you affirmatively opt-out of automatic renewal either prior to the expiration of a Subscription Product or before the end of the then-current Access Period (as applicable), you hereby authorize BeeGAP to renew or commence your Subscription automatically at the end of each Access Period or at the expiration of your Subscription Product for a new Access Period.
If you opt-out of automatic renewal, your Subscription Product will expire and your access to the Subscription Services will cease at the end of its specified Access Period. In order to continue to access the Subscription Services after your Access Period has expired, you will need to purchase or redeem a new Subscription Product. You are required to maintain accurate and up-to-date payment information. BeeGAP assumes no responsibility or liability if your Subscription Product fails to renew or otherwise expires because of outdated or incorrect payment information.
BeeGAP will not issue you any refund, including partial, pro-rated, or otherwise for renewals which were not cancelled prior to the renewal date unless required to do so by law.
Last updated: 28th August 2019